Honoring Your Past Without Cluttering Your Present

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That’s one of the bracelets my mother wore in the hospital after she had my sister and I. You  see the ‘B’ there after her name? That’s for me. I was the second born twin. Years ago my mother was going through her own sentimental keepsakes and asked me if I wanted this bracelet. I’ve [...]

killing the green eyed monster

Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons. Reader Stacey sent me this question the other week: How do you conquer jealousy/envy when it comes to material possessions? Stacey’s question was quite a bit longer than that and her focus was actually on homes, but [...]

4 Life Lessons From Not Making the Olympic Team

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I booked our flights to attend the London 2012 Olympics this week. It’s almost a no brainer for us to go: two of my good friends will be racing and representing Canada in the Women’s 8+ rowing event. They have an excellent chance of not only making the podium but winning. Since we’re now just [...]

my husband has more clothing than me

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… and I’m okay with that. Different seasons of your life require different amounts, and types, of clothing. My husband used to have a fluid wardrobe for life and work. He was a touring musician and the casual shirts, t-shirts and jeans that he wore on stage were usually the same things he wore as [...]

is minimalism a masculine pursuit?

Source: chezlarsson.com via Rachel on Pinterest   If you don’t look at the underlying thoughts beneath the desire to declutter – then you may just end up a serial declutterer – Lianne Raymond Last week I read this article from life coach Lianne Raymond about the dark side of decluttering. It’s actually a piece she [...]

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